Advancing the Global Health Security Agenda

Find out how CDC supports prevention activities in 17 countries.

Find out how CDC supports prevention activities in 17 countries.

Read how CDC contributes to national lab systems, surveillance, reporting, and workforce development.

Read how CDC contributes to national lab systems, surveillance, reporting, and workforce development.

Learn about CDC’s achievements in emergency operations centers, public health and law enforcement, and medical countermeasures.

Learn about CDC’s achievements in emergency operations centers, public health and law enforcement, and medical countermeasures.

Stopping outbreaks at the source. Protecting America’s future.

CDC works 24/7 to protect America’s health security by fighting dangerous disease threats around the world. We are the frontline responders, containing outbreaks overseas so they do not reach our shores.

The world is at greater risk than ever from global health threats.

We may not know what the next epidemic will be, but we know that one is coming.

SARS 2004, Influenza 2009, Ebola 2014, ? 2018

Cameroon Conducts Full Scale Test of Country’s Emergency Response System.  Learn more about our success stories.

Cameroon Conducts Full Scale Test of Country’s Emergency Response System. Learn more about our success stories.

Joint External Evaluations (JEE)

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Joint External Evaluations (JEEs) are voluntary, external assessments of a country’s capacity to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious diseases and other public health threats.

Page last reviewed: November 1, 2018
Content source: Global Health